Eat Clean Meal Plans for Weight Loss: Your Eating Plans

Your DIET is 70% of your weight loss and results when working out. That’s why having a clean meal plan helps you reach your goals faster.

Eat Clean Meal Plans for Weight Loss: Your Eating Plans

The word “diet” just means what you typically eat to fuel your body. It is not a yo-yo, a binge, or a starvation device. It’s simply fuel.

Losing weight using meal plans is not a magic trick or something all powerful. It is about dedication and preparation to reach your goals.

Weekly eating meal plans can be time consuming and difficult to create for beginners; therefore, I decided to share my meal plans. Below you will find links to meal plans for weight loss and living a healthy, balanced life.

SoreyFitness’ Weekly Meal Plans for Weight Loss

2-Week Eat Clean Meal Plans Jump Start
2-Week 90/10 Eating Plans (10% of your calories are chocolate, wine, etc.)

Weekly Meal Plans

Week 1 Meal Plans with Free Foods
Week 2 Meal Plans with Free Foods II
Week 3 Meal Plans #3
Week 4 & 5 2-Week Eat Clean Meal Plans Jump Start
Week 6: Eating Plan #6

Paleo Diet Meal Plans and More

Paleo Meal Plan Based Off the Whole 30
Paleo Diet Meal Plan #2
 A Mostly Paleo Diet Meal Plan 
Plus A Higher Calorie Meal Plan (2100 calories)

You may also like:

Ultimate Guide the Eat Clean Diet
3 Eat Clean Smoothies for After Your Workout
15 Cheap Healthy Foods for Anyone (College Students, Families, Single Parents)
15 Affordable Lunches
Healthy Snacks that You and Your Kids Will Love in Under 10 Minutes
Quick Meal Ideas – Breakfast Lunch and Dinner Meal Ideas 
Getting in Your Fruits and Veggies
Best Treat on a Diet – Calories in Ice Cream, FroYo and Gelato

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Other Tips for Weight Loss

Habits of a Biggest Loser – Learn How to Feel Better and Get to Your Goal
Lose Weight At Work
Live Like a Kid and Lose Weight – 6 Tips to Weight Loss
Why a Nutrition Plan Matters – 3 Tips to Get Max Weight Loss Results

I’m not a doctor, nutritionist, or cook. I have just followed the Eat Clean Diet and the 90/10 Diet for the past 4 years. I also have remained at my goal weight over these years. I’m 24 years old, 5’3″ with a small frame and 112 pounds. You may need to calculate your calories and modify the meal plans to suit your needs.

What kind of meals and meal plans would you like to see in the future?

Do you need help figuring your calories, finding a workout, or brainstorming meal ideas? Email me. I’d love to help!



Comments

  1. Just found you from a google search tonight. I love what you’re about. I think we’re kindred spirits. :)

  2. i love your website it is amazing! thank you for having all this valuable information on here! i am wondering if cottage cheese is okay on the eat clean diet

  3. I am always looking for new ways to plan meals. I am not the healthiest eater but I am trying to make smarter choices. This is a great place to start. Thanks!

  4. Thanks for the links. I need healthy eating as i have been doing bad with my eating.

  5. I think I may just have to pin a few of these meals plans seeing as how once again my New Years Resolutions is to eat healthier!!!

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